Huskisson Woollamia Community Voice envisages a future that recognises and maintains the built, natural and cultural values of our local area. We accept and want future growth and planning to co-exist with the existing size and feel of the built environment to maintain our magnificent views, our historical tree-scapes, and both our European and Indigenous history and heritage. We aim for collaboration between the council and the community for a harmonious future.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land that we call Woollamia and Huskisson, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

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Recovery Newsletter 27 March 2020 edition

Attached is the 27 March 2020 edition of the Recovery Newsletter.We would appreciate it if you could circulate this Newsletter throughout your community and place it on public display at libraries etc…

March 28, 2020

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Newletter March 26

Here is a quick update regarding matters that have arisen since our 6 March email.Note: the April 6th Voice general meeting has been cancelled. Urgent:The deadline to make a submission to the bus…

March 27, 2020

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Shoalhaven City Council Facility Closures

The following Mobile Recovery Hubs scheduled for this week have been cancelled in response to the Federal and State Government’s latest health advice: Lake Conjola Community Centre Kangaroo Valley D…

March 24, 2020

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HWCV Next meeting

Hopefully Monday 15th June 2020
Mon 6th April 2020 cancelled

General Meeting 7:00 pm,
at Huskisson Community Centre, Dent St, Huskisson

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Local Strategic Planning Statement - Shoalhaven 2040

The Council is currently preparing a Local Strategic Planning Statement. It’s very important you have your say by completing the survey which can be found here.

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Shoalhaven City Council Local Community Recovery Meetings

Shoalhaven City Council are encouraging residents to come along to a series of community meetings in towns and villages throughout February. Furthering Council’s commitment in working towards a better, stronger and more resilient Shoalhaven.

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Moona Moona Creek Reserve Playground

It appears that Council has not been successful with the grant application for the Moona Moona Creek Reserve playground replacement, however Council is now progressing with the replacement of the playground anyway which will be funded from its playground replacement budget.
Further community consultation is now occurring via a Get Involved Page on council’s website. This survey will be open until 17 Apirl 2020 and can be accessed via the link below.
The results of this survey will then be incorporated into the specification of a Request for Quotation that will be released to playground companies.
If you need any further information regarding this project feel free to contact myself.
Craig Horgan
Projects Coordinator
Shoalhaven City Council

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